Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Making Resolutions You Can Keep

By Gina Newsome Duncan, M.D.

Happy New Year! If you’re like most people, you’ve made some resolutions for 2010. How are you doing with keeping them? Losing weight and improving finances are probably two of the most common resolutions people make. Unfortunately, for many of us, our resolutions have often been broken before February starts.
When making resolutions or setting goals in general, think SMART. Goals should be:


You can always ramp up your efforts. But if your expectations are too high at the beginning you'll get discouraged and give up.

Set yourself up for success!

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